#1
The back of this tube amp say "4 ohm minimum" which to me implies an 8 ohm would be fine.
Any thoughts?
Read the manual nothing there, and their support is slow.
Last edited by 33db at May 2, 2017,
#2
Yes total must be more than 4 NET (if using more than one cab devise total by 2). For example two 8ohm cabs would give 4ohm which would be fine but two 4ohm cabs would be no good at 2ohms.
Last edited by guitarkid8 at May 3, 2017,
#3
Quote by guitarkid8
Yes total must be more than 4 NET (if using more than one cab devise total by 2). For example two 8ohm cabs would give 4ohm which would be fine but two 4ohm cabs would be no good at 2ohms.

So a single 8 ohm cab would work?
#6
And here is the timely reply from Bugera.
   
    Dear 33db,

    Thank you for your patience. Yes, you can use a 4, 8, or 16 ohm speaker cabinet with the T5 Infinium. You can not, however, use a 2 ohm. 


    Thank you again for contacting us and please let me know if I can be of further assistance by replying to this email. Alternatively please visit our Knowledge Base for answers to many commonly asked questions or visit our website for additional product information.

    Chad Saylor
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Last edited by 33db at May 6, 2017,